Fort Drum, formerly Camp Drum and Camp Pine has a history that dates back as far as 1908. Fort Drum United States Army training base outside of Watertown, NY, home to the 10th Mountain Division. The base comprises mainly of Light Infantry battalions, and necessary support battalions as well. The physical base is divided into the "New Post" and the "Old Post". The new post is where the majority of the batallions, equipment, and facilities are and has mostly brick structures. The old post, which contains buildings that date back pre-World War II, is often used by the reserves and other military organizations, such as Civil Air Patrol for their activities.

The base has a website located at

Fortress constructed by the United States on the island of El Fraile at the mouth of Manila Bay, the Philippines. Part of the defensive network to protect Manila from invasion, Fort Drum was notable for its appearance: it was constructed in the shape of a concrete battleship.

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